The outbreak of coronavirus has created confusion and concern for many people throughout our country and the world. Even us, in remote areas of Alaska, are feeling its impact.

The concerns of the virus spreading has caused schools to close down, sports teams to suspend their seasons and cruise ships to cancel their trips. Every day seems to bring new developments and circumstances. It is hard to predict what is coming next and how it will impact our daily lives, but we hope the following information will help answer some of your concerns about traveling to Alaska.

Please note: we do not have any inside information on the virus, its impact or how it affects travel in Alaska. The best we can do is relay the reliable information we receive and post it to this page. We hope you find it helpful.

Is my Alaksan cruise going to be canceled?

Many cruise lines have cancelled their trips to Alaska during the months of April and May. Some are considering canceling June trips as well. We recommend you contact your cruise line directly for more information.

I booked a charter with you. Do you offer a refund if my trip gets cancelled?

We provide 100% refunds for people whose cruises are cancelled by the cruise lines. We also refund 100% if a person decides not to go on their cruise. Please note, there may be a rebooking fee if you cancel your charter with us, get a refund, but then decided to book again.

How sanitary are your boats?

We always sanitized and disinfected our boats before and after each trip. In order to address concerns about coronavirus we are making additional efforts to keep all common areas and items onboard our boats thoroughly disinfected. This includes all rain gear and touch surfaces in the interior and exterior of the boats.

If you have more questions on how the coronavirus may affect your fishing charter, please don’t hesitate to contact us directly. Thank you.

Office: 907-247-5663
Cell/Text: 907-617-6809